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November 18, 2003

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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: November 22, 2003
  • Release Date: November 18, 2003
  • Label: Ariola
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  • Total Length: 35:08
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  • ASIN: B00138F468
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (55 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #35,219 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

Customer Reviews

Make sure to check out the music videos on the CD.
Beverly T
I recommend this album to anyone looking for great music, and for those that are already fans, you know this chic wont disappoint you.
gabsterzz
Julieta makes great music & language doesn't even matter because the instruments and her vocals make this a fun album.
Dana Rose

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Alonso Blanco Velo on March 26, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Ive read so many reviews of Julieta fans critizising her new work for being too pop, too happy feely... complaining she does no longer generate dark songs, bitter witty lyrics... The problem with that is that people go through stages, sad ones, dark ones and even happy ones! She's a happy girl now! That is what is coming out of her... Nothing wrong with that... I love her work. "sticky" tunes do not equate commercial bubble gum pop... Give it a try and understand it for what it is; a different album, a different stage. I keep her last 2 albums close to my heart, and although this one is completely different, Julieta Venegas still is.
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16 of 18 people found the following review helpful By S. Quinto on May 7, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Yes! Si! Oui!, este es una de las artistas mexicanas que realmente escribe, canta, toca su música, el albúm en sí no es supremo, pero Julieta Venegas se merece todo el exito obtenido por este disco, "ANDAR CONMIGO" ha sido su exito más fuerte en la radio, no se le puede acusar de tratar de comercializarse, por que ANDAR CONMIGO tiene su mérito, y no es cualquier canción, solo por la inteligencia de este sencillo, el resto del disco es digerible y predecible, pero los temás que se tocan son más profundos que el primer corte promocional, vale la pena darle una revizada a los dos trabajos anteriores que son tan bien muy buenos, en especial el sencillo SERIA FELIZ. Este disco vale la pena, porque es una latina con talento y agallas para cantar lo que siente.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Andres C. Salama on March 15, 2007
Format: Audio CD
Mexican singer-songwriter Julieta Venegas somewhat of a breakthrough album, as she left behind her previous punk/rock sound to a more pop style. The change apppears upfront in the album's kitschy cover, showing Julieta as a traditional bride dressed in white against a pink background. Predictably, some people have accused Julieta of selling out, but there are many great songs here: Lento (great video as well), the mexican folk-inspired Andar conmigo, Algo esta Cambiando, Oleada and others. This was her first work produced by Coti Sorokin and Cachorro Lopez, and the results are better (at least in my opinion) than the previous productions by Gustavo Santaolalla. She would make another album with Sorokin and Lopez, Limon y Sal, which I think is even better than Si, but this album is very much worthwhile listening to.
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By B. Lockhart on September 16, 2006
Format: Audio CD
Or maybe vice versa. I'd give them both 5 stars y mas. Both CDs are bright, vibrant, and full of Julieta in LOVE with LIFE. Se nota de repente. I just discovered her through "Limon y sal" when it was released earlier this year, and slowly became captivated. One of millions...I know. I'm a latecomer, but a very content one. She has that mysterious inner "algo" that just connects naturally with that same mystic "algo" inside each of us, her "captivados". It's not exactly "duende", but it's damn close. It's captivating nonetheless. Talent, "duende" y belleza. It's a delicious triple threat.

I've enjoyed discovering her catalog going backwards in time. I fell in love both thru her music and video work (thank God for youtube & KCRW's Morning Becomes Eclectico). I think, like a fellow reviewer, it happened at the exact moment while watching the video of "Lento". She's probably garnered thousands of suitors "pediendole la mano" on the strength of that song, and of course, "Andar conmigo" alone. I also enjoy her first two alternative flavored works even if she sounds the role of the disgruntled lover a lot. Knowing her, at the time, she was probably just channeling that phase of life. It's all fine stuff.

I cut my teeth on the music of Lennon & McCartney, George Harrison, Neil Young, Prince, and great female artists from Sam Phillips back to Joni Mitchell. Add to that Spanish stuff like Mecano, Pata Negra, Kiko Veneno, Camaron de la Isla, and more recently, Estrella Morente...to name a few. Julieta joins fine company.

As they say in Spain, "la tia es cojonudo...y su musica tambien...". I was lucky enough to spend four years teaching there back in the late "la movida" era of early Almodovar, 1985-1989, en el foro, Madrid. In fact, I think she's touring there now.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Indian music lover on November 20, 2005
Format: Audio CD
There are a lot of great songs on this CD, but ANDAR COMIGO is clearly the hit. I have played it many many times to the delight of my wife and teenage children. Julieta radiates tremendous joy in her rendition of this song. I love thinking of this lovely, spirited young woman singing this song on stage while. . . she plays her accordian. What a wonderful, vibrant image!
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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Dave Huber on December 5, 2004
Format: Audio CD
I first became aware of Ms. Venegas via her rendition of Soda Stereo's "Disco Eterno." Since, in my opinion, that was the best recreation on that Soda "Tributo" album, I had to learn more about Julieta. _Sí_ is infectiously upbeat and poppy, and this suits me just fine; heck, when I listen to music I *want* to feel good! "Lento" starts you off, and its catchy chorus is decidedly difficult to forget. Julieta's accordion playing is certainly not of the "ranchero" or "norteño" variety -- it's neatly incorporated into her magnificent pop rhythms and melodies, even in a more "traditional" Mexican-sounding tune like "Andar Conmigo." My favorite offering on this disc is "Algo Está Cambiando," a slow rock pulse with wah-wah guitar and beautiful harmonies. Julieta's reliance on synths and drum machines, although overwhelmingly evident, is so delicately done that it doesn't surpass her beautiful voice and the "traditional" instruments (guitar, accordion) regularly featured in her songs.

You certainly don't have to understand Spanish to fully enjoy Julieta's tunes; however, you *are* missing out on some appealing poetic lyrics.
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